July 17, 2010
Republican James O. Baker
Democrat Abdul Akram
Democrat Richard Tolbert
Robin Carnahan, Democrat
Water gushes from under the street at the corner of Ninth Street and Broadway. There has been ongoing construction at the site.
Participants in the Missouri Department of Natural Resources' presentation about bats Friday night walk toward Devil's Icebox Cave, where they watched bats fly out as the sun set.
Hickman tennis coach Andy Materer serves a ball to the Rolla High School boys' tennis coach Cody Kennedy during the Show-Me State games on Friday. "The spirit of competition is better than most, I've known most of these guys for ten years," Materer said.
Rusty Crane, left, walks back to the scoring pavilion with Joe Kupersmith after Crane won two sets. "Rusty has a killer serve," said Kupersmith.
From left, Rusty Crane and Joe Kupersmith talk before starting another set during the Show-Me State games on Friday.
Rolla High School's boys tennis coach Cody Kennedy sits on the court between serves during the Show-Me State Games tennis tournament on Friday. Kennedy lost both sets to Hickman tennis coach Andy Materer, 6-2, and 6-4.
The shadow of a tennis player falls on the crowded court during the Show-Me States games tennis tournament on Friday, July 16, 2010.
July 16, 2010
The heat beats down on Maggie Filbert as she plays in her second Show-Me State games tournament. Filbert played against Patti Cole on Friday. "It's super hot, and that's the challenge," Filbert said.
The Rim Rockers from Conway form a huddle before the fourth quarter during their game with the Moberly Ballers on Friday.
Hickman Tennis Coach Andy Materer swings at the ball during the Missouri Show-Me State Games on Friday. Materer beat Cody Kennedy, Rolla High School's boys' tennis coach in both sets, 6-2, and 6-4.
Jamonta Black takes a shot on the net while his friends attempt a rebound during their own game of basketball, which they played before the next official tournament game on Friday.
Mike Vavruska talks to his team, the Rim Rockers, during the opening day of the Show-Me State Games basketball tournament on Friday.
Lynn Woodward talks railroad history with John Wilke at the Wabash Station Centennial Celebration on Friday.
Richard Wieman played conductor for the day at the Wabash Station Centennial Celebration Friday, taking passengers like Ella Rogers for train rides through the parking lot. "I participated just for the fun of it," Wieman said.
Gabe Senecal is delighted to get his hands on the balloon flower he requested when he and his family visited the Wabash Station Centennial Celebration on Friday.
Model trains, train photography, and memorabilia filled the corridors below Artlandish Gallery as part of the Wabash Station Centennial Celebration on Friday.